Residential Complex in Munich-Nymphenburg
The Munich suburb of Nymphenburg is characterised by representative housing from the Wilhelminian and art nouveau era and its proximity to Nymphenburg Palace with its generously sized parking facilities. In reference to the existing building structure with detached houses in Tizianstrasse, a housing complex is planned that harmonises in scale, materiality and façade structure with Nymphenburg’s building tradition.
In its classically timeless charm, the new building creates a balance between the existing neighbourhood and the individual wishes of the residents. Over three storeys, the elegant, restrained façade evolves with its classic, architectural stylistic devices. The bossing, a traditional Munich design feature, achieves a horizontal arrangement of the building and creates soothing accents in the light plaster façade. The classical, upright window formats are surrounded by finely coordinated plaster framing. The compact volume is broken up by various free spaces such as loggias, balconies and generously sized roof terraces.
The entrance area is considerably set back from the street to emphasise the private nature of the house. A central entrance hall enables different views into the interior as well as to the free space. The theme of the entrance and the public areas is the contrast in the combination of black and white inlays for the floors, walls and apartment doors. An invitingly designed, representative ramp leads out of the futuristically styled underground garage.
In the development of the apartments, attention was paid to the greatest possible individuality. Determining design factors are the excellent lighting with beautiful views of the exterior and the large free spaces. All apartments are generously sized and equipped to a high level. The design is bright, friendly and elegant, underlining the high-quality character of the interior of the apartments with its high-grade materials and details such as brass fittings.
The interior design presents itself as stylish and elegant. The high-quality interior with such features as selected herringbone parquet, noble panel doors and fine internal stucco lives from the special details and provides adequate equipment with its elegant materials and state-of-the-art technology. A high level of home comfort is promised by the luxurious furnishing and the selected textiles, which play with the contrasts of elegant cream and earthy colours, supplemented by warm brass shades. Accents are set by highlight furniture such as a conspicuous centre-table in the entrance. The bathrooms too exude timeless elegance. Exquisite natural-stone surfaces, coupled with high-quality sanitary equipment, contribute to the special flair.
6 apartments, 80 sq. m. – ca. 230 sq. m.
Start of construction: 2021
Date of completion: 2023
Landau + Kindelbacher Architects Interior Designers